Mark Arend (arend@PEOPLES.NET)
Thu, 5 Jun 1997 16:30:02 -0500
At 01:43 PM 6/4/97 -0700, you wrote:
>What vehicle would you get for a "Scoutmastermobile"?
You will probably get a lot of suggestions for a larger vehicle. The idea
is that you can haul lots of kids, equipment, etc. The disadvantages to
this is that you may get stuck driving, hauling & carrying each and every
Why not think about a medium sized car instead. I have driven a Chevy
Corsica for 7 years now and it's always given good service and gotten me
everywhere I need to go. I can carry a couple of passengers and their gear
but I never get stuck and feel imposed upon. Sometimes I even get to be a
One recommendation: get a hatchback instead of a sedan. The cargo
capacity is much greater and you can carry large or odd-shaped things. It's
hard to find a 4-door hatchback these days but it's well worth the trouble.
Mark W. Arend
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